Assassin's Creed 3 Naval Connor

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FudgeMando

Active Member
Hello After seeing the assassins creed 3 trailer i decide that i had to make a connor costume but because it is almost impossible to find a white trench coat and i have never really sown anything before im going with the naval costume


 
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FudgeMando

Active Member
Re: Assassin's Creed 3 build

I made a new tomahawk and updated in first post
For Halloween This year i wanted to do Connor from assassins creed 3
I now have the boots and the material for the leggings, i have pants ,a shirt ,and a duct tape quiver using this
tutorial from instructables. I will add an accurate strap and cover it with fabric or leather
pics will come tomorrow
 
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SDUK

Well-Known Member
Re: Assassin's Creed 3 build

shouldn't the Tomahawk blade look more like the Assassin's emblem though? still a nice piece though, well done
 

FudgeMando

Active Member
Re: Assassin's Creed 3 build

yes it should,after looking at it for a while ive decide that it needs a new head
 
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FudgeMando

Active Member
Re: Assassin's Creed 3 build

i come bearing pics
the tomahawk version 3.0

the quiver

and the target

i have also finished the bow but its just a pvc bow

i have also found a trench coat, some navy blue dye for it and some dowels for the arrows
 
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Chiobubear

New Member
Awesome! hope to see yours done! i did the assassins outfit before, but it was badly done. hope to see yours
 

FudgeMando

Active Member
Got some updates
finished the bracer


got a new bow

and i scored some moccasins from goodwill for 4 bucks
 

adms1117

New Member
if anybody does find a place to get reliable and good trench coats of just about any colo, that dont cost an arm and leg, please post
(fyi: the proper term would be "duster" or "long coat" sometimes called a "gentleman's coat" because "trench coat" originates from WWI where soilders were in the trenchs, and would cut off the bottom foot or mor of their coats, becuase of the water, blood, urine, and other fluids/waste they were walking thorugh would get on/in the coat,, so a ture "trench coat " only goes to about your knee or so. now u've had ur istory fact for the day)
 

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